1. Modified - Outdoor Burning Ban to allow Recreational Fires

    Due to recent rain, the fire danger has lessened. Therefore, effective immediately, Recreational Fires are allowed. The burn ban is still in effect for outdoor burning other than Recreational fires. Read on...
  2. Snohomish Marine Resources Committee Completes Pilings-Removal Prioritization Report

    The Snohomish Marine Resources Committee (MRC) and Snohomish County Public Works, Surface Water Management (SWM) staff have completed a prioritization plan for the potential removal of independent pilings in the Snohomish Estuary. Read on...
  3. Snohomish County Launches ‘Better With Boeing’ Campaign

    Snohomish County & City of Everett leaders today launched the ‘Better With Boeing’ campaign, a community-led initiative to highlight the unique strengths of the region and reinforce why Boeing’s long-term success is rooted in ...Washington state. Read on...
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  1. BURN BAN LIFTED!

    Due to the recent rain, the burn ban on recreational fires in Snohomish County Parks (including Squire Creek) has been lifted. Read on...
  2. Snohomish County Parks awarded Conservation Futures funding for 3 projects in 2020

    The $696,599.36 of funding will go towards land acquisition to preserve nearly 100 acres of open space in Snohomish County. Read on...
  3. Logan Parking Lot Closure

    The parking lot at Logan Park will be closed Sep 8 - Nov 5 Read on...
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  1. Light Rail Communities Project Hosts Virtual Workshop Through September 25

    Snohomish Countys Light Rail Communities project is hosting a virtual workshop that seeks input from members of the public to help inform future planning decisions for the geographic area near planned light rail stations in unincorporated Snohomish County Read on...
  2. Snohomish County Sets Docket Deadline

    Today Snohomish County announced that the deadline for submitting...docket applications has been set for October 30, 2020. The process for property owners, organizations, cities and other agencies to propose amendments... Read on...
  3. Modified - Outdoor Burning Ban to allow Recreational Fires

    Due to recent rain, the fire danger has lessened. Therefore, effective immediately, Recreational Fires are allowed. The burn ban is still in effect for outdoor burning other than Recreational fires. Read on...
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